Prostitution In The Victorian Era-Fearful women after the Jack The Ripper Slayings

Ripper Claimed Earlier Victims Prostitutes in the East End of London in the late Victorian Era - Listverse

One of a string of hoax Jack the Ripper letters, addressed from Berner Street and dated 8 October 1888

Jack the Ripper-When in England we went on the Jack The Ripper tour. It was really good, walked the very streets and heard the story, saw the places.

Black Gate [c1880]

Black Gate Of the Castle keep, close-up of the gateway with a woman leaning against a shop doorway. Legend has it that if you stand under what is left of the gate and close your eyes, you can here the gate dropping

Hanbury street, London,  the street on which prostitute Annie Chapman was…

September The second Jack the Ripper victim, Annie Chapman, was found in the back yard of 29 Hanbury Street.

A policeman discovers one of Jack the Ripper’s victims in the East End. This image appeared in Le Journal Illustré on 13 February 1891 (Museum in Docklands)

A policeman discovers one of Jack the Ripper’s victims in the East End. This image appeared in Le Journal Illustré on 13 February 1891 (Museum in Docklands) Murders started in 1888

Mary "Poly" Ann Nichols (Jack the Ripper's first confirmed victim)

Mary "Poly" Ann Nichols (Jack the Ripper's first confirmed victim).

This is believed to be a photograph of Millers Court in Dorset Street, where…

1888 – Mary Jane Kelly is murdered in London, widely believed to be the fifth and final victim of the notorious unidentified serial killer Jack the Ripper

Rear of 29 Hanbury Street, c.1930? Location of Jack the Ripper's 2nd victim…

Rear of 29 Hanbury Street, Location of Jack the Ripper's victim, Annie Chapman's murder, 8 September 1888

Dans les rues de Londres en 1880

Dans les rues de Londres en 1880

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